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Features by Queena Kim

Selling to a captive audience, at 30,000 feet

The airlines have been a little slow to get into the Big Data game. But it looks like they’re moving in that direction.
Posted In: big data, Airlines

Advertisters scared as internet giants look to cut cookies out of their diets

The online trackers used by advertising companies may be a thing of the past.
Posted In: cookies, online advertising

Twitter for dummies

Twitter may be a household name -- but it's not used by everyone in every household.
Posted In: Twitter, social networking

Barging in on Google

Rumors abound about what Google is housing in a floating barge in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Posted In: Google barge, Google Glass, Google X

The part of Silicon Valley that can't happen online

Techies may be trying to move our entire lives online, but when it comes to doing business, they're strictly old school.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, VCs

Apple unveils new iPads, but no smart watch yet

If you were waiting for Tim Cook to debut a revolutionary smart watch or television, yesterday wasn't your day.
Posted In: apple, iPad

Hakuna Matata: That means $1 billion

"The Lion King" will become the first Broadway musical in history to gross more than $1 billion.
Posted In: broadway, musicals, disney

Hacked small-businesses often have no place to turn

Unlike personal checking and savings accounts, business accounts are not protected from hackers.
Posted In: Small Business, hacking, banking, privacy

When it's not granny in that Winnebago

“The unofficial economic indicator,” reports earnings tomorrow. Winnebago is selling RVs to older folks (duh) but also to thirtysomethings.
Posted In: baby boomers, generation x, RVs, motor homes

Samsung bid hoax drives Swedish biometrics company shares

A criminal probe is being launched after a fake press release saying Samsung would buy a Swedish company that makes fingerprint scanners.
Posted In: Biometrics, hoax, samsung

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